Table of Contents, July 1994

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July 1994
Table of Contents vol . 33 no. 1
M a in Sto r ie s
Griffith Wins Tiptree Award….. 7
McCaffrey Wins SFBC Award
Again…………………………………..7
HWA Stoker Awards Winners… 7
Chesley Awards Nominees…… 7
Hubbard Contests Award $4,000
Prizes…………………………………7
Penguin Horror……………………. 8
Underwood-Miller Splits………..8
HarperCollins Captures Narnia 8
Picador New US Imprint………..8
Putnam Berkley Boulevard….. 8
Simon & Schuster Returns…….8
Andre Norton Scholarship……..8
Missing Fan Artist Involved in
Murder…………………………………9
King’s Independent Tour……….9
V.C. Andrews® Gets Refund ….9
Cuckoo in Wrong Nest………….. 9
Forthcoming Books Update…. 9
T h e D ata F i le
Starting Young………………………………….9
Macmillan UK Reorganization…………9
Ringpull Press Success S to ry …………9
Worldcon Update……………………………..9
Financial News…………………………………9
Court Cases……………………………………76
Book News…………………………………….76
Bookstore News……………………………. 77
Awards…………………………………………..77
Media News………………………………….. 77
Rights & Options……………………………77
Catalogs Received…………………………77
Publications Received……………………77
P h oto Stories
Harlan Ellison for Windows……………11
Pat Cadigan in England………………… 51
Somtow Tours Europe…………………. 51
Pamela Sargent in Spain……………….51
I nter views
Sheri S. Tepper: Fiction, Farming,
& Other Rare Breeds…………..4
Tom Shippey:
A Man of Many Parts…………..5
INDEX TO ADS
Ace…………………… 20,36 Mathew D. Hargreaves54
Advent Publishers …. 22 HarperPaperbacks …. 84
Avon …………………….. 24 Interzone………………..60
Baen ……………. 18,28,38 Locus…………………….82
Bantam …………….. 40,41 Morpheus International 83
Classified A d s ………… 69 Morrow…………………. 32
L.W. Currey……………. 56 Penguin…………………. 26
DAW……………………….57 To r……………… 2,16,30,79
DC Comics……………… 6 Twilight Publishing …. 59
Del Rey…………….. 12,34 Warner………………….. 58
Graphic Image Press. 14 Wildside Press………. 61
SF AROUND
THE WORLD
China, Report by Wu Y a n ………….45
The Czech Republic,
by Ivan Adamovic………………….. 45
Australia,
by Sean McMullen & Terry Dowling. 46
Brazil,
by Roberto de Sousa Causo…….. 47
SF in French,
by Jean-Louis Trudel……………….47
Argentina,
by H. Moreno & R. de Sousa Causo 48
ABA in The USA
Report by Edward Bryant… 42
People & Publishing………………..10
Reports from the Electronic Frontier,
Tom Maddox…………………………13
QuotePage………………………………39
Market Reports………………………..71
Locus Letters………………………….74
Editorial Matters………………………74
O b itu a r ie s
Don Thompson …………………………….. 74
Thelma D. Hamm…………………………..74
Listings
International Books & Magazines
Received………………………………49
Convention Listings………………..52
Magazines Received – May………53
Books Received – May……………..55
British Books – April………………..67
Bestsellers………………………………72
Photo Listing…………………………..82
C o lumns & D epartments
Locus Looks a t Books
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Distillations: Short Fiction
Reviews by Mark R. Kelly:
Interzone 5/94; Analog 6/94; Asimov’s 7/94; F&SF
6/94; Omni 6/94; Mind Fields: The Art of Jacek
Yerka/The Fiction of Harlan Ellison, Jacek Yerka
& Harlan Ellison; Scissors Cut Paper Wrap
Stone, Ian McDonald; Unconquered Countries,
Geoff Ryman; Future Quartet, Ben Bova, Frederik
Pohl, Jerry Pournelle, Charles Sheffield.
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Reviews by Faren Miller:
Happy Policeman, Patricia Anthony; Pasquale’s
Angel, Paul J. McAuley; Solis, A.A. Attanasio;
Feersum Endjinn, lain M. Banks; Temporary
Agency, Rachel Pollack; Slow Funeral, Rebecca
Ore.
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Reviews by Gary K. Wolfe:
Summer of Love, Lisa Mason; Aggressor Six,
Wil McCarthy; Beyond the Veil of Stars, Robert
Reed; Odd Genre: A Study in Imagination and
Evolution, John J. Pierce; Time and the
Clockmice, Etcetera, Peter Dickinson; SHORT
TAKES: Michael Parkes; Horripilations: The Art
of J.K. Potter; Mermaids and Magic Shows: The
Paintings of David Delamare; The Boris Vallejo
Portfolio.
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Reviews by Russell Letson:
The Voices of Heaven, Frederik Pohl; The Year’s
Best Science Fiction: Eleventh Annual Collection,
Gardner Dozois, ed.; Pasquale’s Angel, Paul
J. McAuley; A Quantum Murder, Peter F. Hamilton.
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Reviews by Edward Bryant:
Seance for a Vampire, Fred Saberhagen; The
Black Mariah, Jay R. Bonansinga; Fiend, C. Dean
Andersson; SHORT TAKES: People of the Night,
S. Darnbrook Colson; Deathport, Ramsey
Campbell, ed.
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Reviews by Wendy Bradley:
Feersum Endjinn, lain M. Banks; North Wind,
Gwyneth Jones; Heart of Shadows, Philip G.
Williamson.
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Short Reviews by
Carolyn Cushman:
Scorpianne, Emily Devenport; Sable, Shadow,
and Ice, Cheryl J. Franklin; Midnight Kiss, Nancy
Gideon; Love Bite, Sherry Gottlieb; The Child
Queen, Nancy McKenzie; Firehand, Andre Norton
& P.M. Griffin; Medicine Show, Jody Lynn Nye.
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Short Reviews by Scott Winnett:
The Waterworks, E.L. Doctorow; Death and the
Maiden, P.N. Elrod; Alien Pregnant By Elvis,
Esther M. Friesner & Martin H. Greenberg, eds.;
Love Bite, Sherry Gottlieb; The Dean Koontz
Companion, Martin H. Greenberg, Ed Gorman, &
Bill Munster, eds.; Among the Immortals; Paul
Lake; Stellar Ranger, Steve Perry; The Forbidden
Game Volume II: The Chase, L. J. Smith.
Editor & Publisher: Charles N. Brown; Associate Editor: Faren C. Miller; Assistant Editors: Marianne S. Jablon, Carolyn F. Cushman;
Editorial Assistant: Kirsten Gong-Wong; Contributing Editors: Edward Bryant, Mark R. Kelly, Russell Letson, Tom Maddox,
Scott Winnett, Gary K. Wolfe; Special Projects: William G. Contento; Photographer: Beth Gwinn.
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